Re: Trying to get apache to work on alt port instead of 80 out of necessity
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 22:00:10 +0100
And josh lynch <firstname.lastname@example.org> confused OE posters with...
>My listen directive is set to *:8008
>here's the netstat result file attatched.
netstat shows the services running on those ports. However, it doesn't
show what ports are open past the firewall.
To test it out, try:
telnet localhost 8008
Then type: "head / html 1.0"
See if you get any HTML code or an apache response - also check the
If there's nothing in apache, check the firewall logs.
Also: try "iptables -L" to list what rules are running.
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